Help us win a Halloween candy buy back competition and you could be the raffle winner of 4 season tickets to Dollywood, plus earn some cash, plus support our troops! It’s a Win-Win-Win!
We’re having a friendly competition with Law Family Dentistry in Hardin Valley and Heritage Family Dentistry in Farragut to be the neighborhood practice that gathers the most candy. Bring any of your unwanted Halloween candy to our office between 11/4 and 11/13 and it will be donated to an organization that sends holiday care packages to our troops.
We’re paying $1/pound, with a max of $5 per person, although if you donate any candy over 5 lbs you’ll earn extra entries into the raffle if we are the practice that wins the competition.
The dental practice that gathers the most candy by weight will hold a raffle for 4 SEASON TICKETS TO DOLLYWOOD for those who bring candy to that winning practice! Every pound over the 5 pound, $5 cash limit that you bring in to My Family Dentistry earns you an extra entry into the grand prize drawing of Dollywood tickets—and helps us win! Let’s show Hardin Valley and Farragut that Powell has more Volunteer spirit!
So bring your unwanted Halloween candy to us at 7714 Conner Road in Powell between 11/4 and 11/13. You’ll show our troops some love, save your kids from some sugar, and have a chance to be in a raffle for 4 Dollywood season tickets! Feel free to write notes of support and encouragement to our service men and women to include in the packages if you’d like.
Call us at 865-240-2280 with any questions, or GET DIRECTIONS to our office. Our hours between 11/4 – 11/13 are: M: 7-2, TU: 9-7, W: 7-5, TH: 7-5, F: (11/8 only, closed 11/1) 8-2.
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